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The parent’s guide to PC gaming

Games aren’t just about fun. As a parent, asking what games are kid-appropriate is an important question. But they can be more than just entertainment—games can help kids grow up, too. Our favorite PC games are about self-directed play and creativity, about mastery and learning complex systems, and since they’re …

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Ryan ToysReview accused of misleading preschoolers with paid content

Watchdog group Truth in Advertising doesn’t play around. The nonprofit filed a complaint last week with the Federal Trade Commission against popular YouTube channel Ryan ToysReview. The group, also known as TINA, argues that Ryan ToysReview misleads preschoolers who cannot tell the difference between advertising and organic content. Ryan’s parents, …

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YouTubers say kids’ content changes could ruin careers

On Wednesday, the Federal Trade Commission fined YouTube $170 million for collecting data and targeting ads to children, an alleged violation of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). The fine is relatively small — roughly 1 percent of the service’s annual revenue — but it comes with strict conditions …

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StyleX Fashion Week Brings Lingerie Forward With Bradelis

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Roku Launches Free ‘Kids & Family’ Streaming Service In US

While The Roku Channel’s core content is free, users have the option to pay for premium providers like HBO and Nickelodeon’s Noggin; if they do, those providers’ kid-friendly content will automatically appear in the Kids Family section. The free content is ad-supported, although there are considerably fewer ads than on …

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Ditch Mixer and Twitch for these NSFW live streaming sites

It’s official: Fortnite’s Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is done with gaming’s live streaming service Twitch. He’s moving on to Microsoft’s Mixer, which has a dress code for teens and adults that feels more appropriate for high school than a live stream gaming website. After Ninja’s announcement, esports consultant Rod “Slasher” Breslau shared Mixer’s clothing …

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Barings closes European private loan fund at €1.5bn

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